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Holly's Heroes

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Baskettokiga Holly McKenzie flyttar med sina föräldrar från Nya Zeeland till den lilla kuststaden Woolich i Australien. I staden finns bara ett enda basketlag och Holly upptäcker snart att hon inte är välkommen att spela i det. Så snart den första besvikelsen har lagt sig bestämmer sig Holly för att sätta ihop ett eget lag. Hon får tag på en ganska brokig samling spelare och laget får namnet The Outlaws!

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Holly's Heroes: A whole new ball gameMaterialDela
  1. Another beautiful day in Woolich.

  2. A big "hello and good luck"
    to kids heading back to school.

  3. Good morning. This is radio WOO!

  4. Hey, look.
    Over there. Who is that girl?

  5. That's Holly McKenzie, Coach.
    The new girl.

  6. The killer crossover.
    That Kiwi girl is good.

  7. McKenzie making her move.
    She's going all the way.

  8. Taking it to the rack!

  9. Yes!

  10. -Morning, Mum.
    -Morning, Ram. It's seven-thirty.

  11. Oh, all right.

  12. I know it sounds weird, being called
    a Ram, but this is Woolich.

  13. That's the name for their basketball
    team, to which I am going to belong.

  14. In New Zealand, I play for Waka Toa.
    Now that's a name.

  15. -One of my flippers is missing.
    -Try the 3rd tea-chest on the right.

  16. One basketball singlet
    to dazzle them at the try-outs.

  17. Legend, Mum.

  18. She ironed my lucky Waka singlet!

  19. Time and tide wait for no man.
    Especially the tide.

  20. Provisions!

  21. Group hug for luck?

  22. Good luck.

  23. When Dad said we were moving to
    Australia for a year, my heart sank.

  24. A year without basketball.
    But then I checked out the Rams.

  25. They're the best team in the region.

  26. It's a win-win situation.
    Dad gets his marine biology-

  27. -I get my basketball.

  28. Time for this Kiwi to use basketball
    as her international passport.

  29. It works like this: I turn up.
    I don't know anyone.

  30. Then I make the basketball team, and
    faster than you can say "Perky Nana"-

  31. -I'm cool, I've got friends.
    I'm getting invited to stay over.

  32. So, don't you worry
    about Holly McKenzie.

  33. Provided I don't take my eye
    off the ball, I can't fail.

  34. Hey!

  35. -Fraser!
    -It was an accident, sir.

  36. -New girl. Name.
    -Holly McKenzie, sir.

  37. Spend your first day acquiring
    a sense of discipline, Miss McKenzie.

  38. I heard you were back, Fraser.

  39. Hey, I'm sorry...

  40. Sometimes,
    there are slight setbacks.

  41. But just get through the day
    and focus on what really matters.

  42. The basketball try-outs.

  43. Johnno Walsh. Official Rams t-shirts,
    as modelled by my sister Emily.

  44. To be a Ram, wear the fleece. Don't
    say "If only I'd bought the t-shirt."

  45. It's a game won or lost in the mind.

  46. -How much?
    -Ten pathetic dollars.

  47. -I'm practically giving them away.
    -I'll think about it.

  48. Excuse me? Are you able to tell me
    who some kids are?

  49. Let's see. You've got the stars,
    the hopefuls, and the hopeless.

  50. -Those two... Stars, right?
    -Joel and Trish are definitely stars.

  51. -They told me.
    -Joel and Trish. Got it.

  52. Scubi's a good player.

  53. Ralph's not bad, but he spends
    most of his time on the bench.

  54. -And him? Where does he fit in?
    -He doesn't.

  55. -You're not trying out?
    -I hate basketball.

  56. -Then why are you here?
    -I keep stats. Rebounds, assists...

  57. Hates basketball? Okay, McKenzie,
    you just met a weird person.

  58. That's cool. Stay focused. Game Plan
    Step Two. Impress the locals.

  59. -I'll take one.
    -Wise move.

  60. -Hi. Holly McKenzie.
    -Let me guess. You're the new Kiwi.

  61. Or is it kiwi...fruit?

  62. I hear you're the best.
    I like playing with the best.

  63. Go on. Take it off her.

  64. Nice move.

  65. -What are you doing?
    -She scored, she keeps the ball.

  66. I was lucky, Trish.

  67. -What did you call me?
    -She called you Trash, Trish.

  68. What the...?

  69. Look, I'm sorry...

  70. Did I mention setbacks?
    They hardly ever happen.

  71. But I can turn this around.

  72. Did I mention major setbacks?

  73. -You're okay.
    -She won't be.

  74. She's toast. Kiwi wannabe.

  75. -What happened to you?
    -I'm fine, Coach.

  76. Try-outs. You get one chance,
    up against current Rams players.

  77. Do well and you have
    the opportunity - the privilege-

  78. -of being a part of the finest
    basketball team in the district.

  79. -McKenzie, isn't it?
    -Yes, sir.

  80. It seems congratulations are
    in order. And I owe you an apology.

  81. I'm Mr. Peterson, the coach. Didn't
    know you were already on my team.

  82. -I'm not, sir. I'm here to try out.
    -You're wearing the team's colours.

  83. I bought it. I'm sorry, sir.

  84. Five on five. Rams to defend.
    First five hopefuls will be:

  85. Kerridge, Breen, Bartly, Fisher...

  86. Will you be favouring us
    with a demonstration, Walsh?

  87. Sore ankle, sir.

  88. Not this time, Ralph.
    I'll start with Singh.

  89. Hopefuls are one short, Coach.

  90. McKenzie... On court.

  91. Impress me.

  92. You're doing nothing. Do you think
    you can take your place for granted?

  93. -Well?
    -No, Dad.

  94. I want to see more from you.
    - Next two names?

  95. Michaels, Hollis.

  96. Keritch...
    McKenzie, you can get changed.

  97. Sir? I was fouled three times.
    I didn't get to show what I could do.

  98. I've seen enough.

  99. I can play better. You haven't seen
    my crossover or jump shot.

  100. -You can try next season.
    -But it's not fair.

  101. That's your opinion. Here's mine:
    I don't want you on my team.

  102. Holly! Don't feel too bad.
    You were set up.

  103. You never had a chance.

  104. He's not really looking for new
    players, so don't take it personally.

  105. If I don't get a game here,
    I don't get a game anywhere.

  106. I know him.
    He never changes his mind.

  107. And I don't give in.

  108. Failure is like broccoli.
    Nobody wants it.

  109. But sooner or later,
    someone has to swallow it..

  110. -Something wrong with the pizza?
    -Tastes like broccoli.

  111. Dad will go to the school. No one
    can exclude you after one try-out.

  112. -Mum, please, no.
    -Holly. Have some faith in your dad.

  113. Anyone home?
    Don't say I don't give you anything.

  114. -The day didn't go the way...
    -Go on, take a look.

  115. Couldn't resist. There was this kid
    flogging them in the main street.

  116. Built like a beanpole? Could talk
    under five feet of wet cement?

  117. Holly didn't make the team.

  118. Oh, you're kidding. - Sorry.

  119. The same kid sold me one of these.
    Ten wasted dollars.

  120. Ten? I paid thirty-five!

  121. To add insult to injury, the local
    vultures were ripping off my family.

  122. But there's something they don't
    know. This Kiwi does not quit.

  123. Plan A didn't work.
    So what? There's always Plan B.

  124. And, if I knew what it was,
    I'd be working on it already.

  125. I feel better, Dad. Guess why.

  126. Actually, I don't know. I guess it's
    a new day with new possibilities.

  127. -Is he all right?
    -Yeah.

  128. He's a marine biologist.
    I'm helping him. He's my father.

  129. Spectators have to pay, mate.

  130. This is... This is Fraser, Dad.
    He goes to Woolich High too.

  131. -Actually, it's Nick.
    -G'day, Nick. I'm Tony McKenzie.

  132. Well, excuse me. I've got
    a sea-slug situation down here.

  133. I saw you at the try-outs.
    Did you make the team?

  134. -I didn't try out.
    -Then why were you there?

  135. To irritate the coach.

  136. I'm sorry if I got you into trouble.

  137. I don't need help
    to get into trouble with Peterson.

  138. -All I want to do is play basketball.
    -You're out of luck.

  139. I didn't even get a chance
    to show what I can do. Next time...

  140. Peterson doesn't want you. It's got
    nothing to do with how good you are.

  141. -I'll change his mind.
    -Find another sport.

  142. When it comes to basketball,
    the Rams are the only game in town.

  143. And you're not in the game.

  144. He's right. They are the only...

  145. Wait a minute. Wait a minute...

  146. Coming at you, McKenzie,
    coming right at you. Good old Plan B!

  147. I need to speak to Mrs. Rasic,
    please. It is?

  148. Mrs. Rasic, my name's Holly McKenzie
    and I've got a couple of questions.

  149. This year, a new starting five.
    Singh, I want you to play high post.

  150. -Are you nuts?
    -Excuse me, this is a closed session.

  151. -Sorry to interrupt, sir.
    -What is it that's so important?

  152. -What is her problem?
    -Do we need a cheerleader, sir?

  153. -I rang the Basketball Association.
    -You decided to complain.

  154. No. I explained that I really
    wanted to play basketball.

  155. She said if someone wants to play,
    there should be a team for them.

  156. The Association agreed that Woolich
    is entitled to field a second team.

  157. -So, you intend to form a team?
    -That's ridiculous.

  158. Yes, sir. Mrs. Rasic told me to ask
    for your support and cooperation...

  159. -...as the District Representative.
    -We should run the second team.

  160. -Are you aware of the formalities?
    -Not the actual details, no.

  161. Your team will require a name,
    uniforms and a full list of players-

  162. -before the start of the season.
    Two days.

  163. That's tight. Can I get an extension?

  164. I'm sorry, that's out of my hands,
    I don't make the rules.

  165. Sucked right in!

  166. -Jacinta! Wait up, we need to talk.
    -Oh, dear, a crazy person.

  167. What's a name going to cost? Nothing!
    Uniforms? Just a bunch of singlets.

  168. So, how is he going to stop me?

  169. The word's out. Anyone who signs up
    with your team will regret it.

  170. I'm not asking you to sign up. Just
    tell me who might be possibilities.

  171. Stop trying to get me involved.

  172. You're telling me that this bully
    and his son own the basketball team-

  173. -run the school, and they've got you
    scared. Why do you put up with it?

  174. Because my name is Jacinta Peterson.

  175. -Peterson? You mean the coach...
    -Is my father.

  176. -And Joel is my brother.
    -Sorry. Unintentional foul.

  177. This calls for
    a little Kiwi ingenuity.

  178. Shrewsbury Bikkies, Pineapple Lumps,
    Pinky Bars, Perky Nanas.

  179. My emergency supplies from home.

  180. How badly
    do you want to play basketball?

  181. It's going to be fantastic,
    with training that's fun.

  182. No, thanks.

  183. It's going to be fantastic,
    with training that's really fun.

  184. So when we start playing,
    you'll all be part of a winning team.

  185. -What are these?
    -Hang on, wait!

  186. It will be fun! And it's a mixed
    team. There'll be loads of guys.

  187. -Sure, I'm in.
    -Excellent.

  188. Sorry.

  189. Accident. Another accident.
    Get the message?

  190. -Mm, road kill.
    -Go for it.

  191. -Sorry about the t-shirt thing.
    -The one Peterson liked?

  192. -Or the one you flogged my father?
    -Pity I don't do refunds.

  193. Figured.

  194. Don't get me wrong. You've got guts.

  195. But I wouldn't want certain people
    to think I'm on your side.

  196. Isn't there anyone here
    that wants to play basketball?

  197. You want to see a real game?
    Follow me. And bring those with you.

  198. We play two-on-two. Me and Franco
    against Ralph and my sister Emily.

  199. Ralph's the best.
    I'm going to be his agent.

  200. -See? What did I tell you?
    -Pretty good.

  201. -You guys are all really good.
    -Yeah, right. Autographs later.

  202. -Wouldn't you rather play real ball?
    -Not if Peterson fails me at maths.

  203. -What did she call these?
    -Perky Nanas. I think it's ethnic.

  204. -Ralph, I want you on my team.
    -He's got team. He's a Ram.

  205. Okay. In an average Ram's game, how
    much time do you spend on court?

  206. Well, that depends.

  207. Ralph doesn't need much time
    to make an impact.

  208. How much? Twenty minutes? Ten?

  209. That's not playing. That's why
    you're going to play for me.

  210. -I need you and you need me.
    -You're out of food, McKenzie.

  211. -Sorry, time's up.
    -Yes, Johnno!

  212. "I need you and you need me"?
    She's got to be dreaming.

  213. -Asking you to quit the Rams.
    -Yeah, right. As if.

  214. The promising high has evaporated.
    A deep depression has moved in.

  215. And there are no signs of basketball
    for the foreseeable future.

  216. Moving on to the three-day outlook.

  217. There are unsettled periods
    followed by light rain.

  218. -Yeah, Ralph.
    -Hi.

  219. Morning, Owen. Practice at four.

  220. That's what I wanted
    to talk to you about, sir.

  221. I've been putting in extra time
    through the break.

  222. Working on fitness, practising shots.

  223. -I think I've improved.
    -You're sharper, yes. Keep it up.

  224. Well, I was hoping
    for some more court time.

  225. -If your work rate improves...
    -I couldn't try harder than I do now.

  226. It's a team game. You do your part.
    I'm satisfied with what you're doing.

  227. -What's wrong?
    -I'm tired of sitting on the bench.

  228. -I want to play.
    -When you do play, you're too tense.

  229. -It throws us off.
    -You think I'm likely to screw up.

  230. Just lighten up. Be grateful.

  231. There are kids who'd give anything
    to sit on the bench with the Rams.

  232. Can't wait until lunch. That's when
    you announce your team, isn't it?

  233. McKenzie's Morons.
    - See? Now it's got a name.

  234. -Get the message? You're a joke!
    -Oh, scared of a bit of competition?

  235. McKenzie, I expect to see a list
    of your players on my desk at midday.

  236. If it's not, we'll phone the
    Association and you can apologize.

  237. -Can't I have a bit more time?
    -Rules are rules.

  238. She's only got one name.

  239. -Two names. I'm in.
    -Ralph, are you nuts?

  240. -You can't walk out on the Rams.
    -Think carefully about this, Ralph.

  241. I don't feel like I'm walking out on
    the team, sir. They walked out on me.

  242. -Ralph, this is great.
    -You need five.

  243. -Three, sir.
    -Four.

  244. Five.

  245. Basketball's a game.
    A beautiful game.

  246. And if they want it to be war,
    well, we'll deal with that.

  247. Game on.

  248. Subtitles: John E Thelin
    www.broadcasttext.com

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A whole new ball game

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Baskettokiga Holly McKenzie flyttar med sina föräldrar från Nya Zeeland till den lilla kuststaden Woolich i Australien. Det var jobbigt att lämna kompisarna och basketlaget, där hon var en av de bästa spelarna. I Woolich finns topplaget The Rams så Holly är ändå förväntansfull. Men så gillar varken tränaren eller spelarna henne och hon blir inte uttagen till laget. Holly kan inte tro att det är sant. Vad ska hon göra? Ett liv utan basket kan hon inte tänka sig. Det finns bara en lösning på problemet - att sätta ihop ett eget lag! Del 1 av 26.

Ämnen:
Engelska > Film och dramatiseringar
Ämnesord:
Australien, Basket, Fiktiva berättelser
Utbildningsnivå:
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A whole new ball game

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Del 1 av 26. När baskettokiga Holly flyttar med sin familj till Australien upptäcker hon att hon inte är välkommen i stans enda basketlag. Ett liv utan basket kan hon inte tänka sig. Vad ska hon ta sig till?

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Making the grade

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Del 2 av 26. Holly har lyckats få ihop ett eget basketlag, men nu måste de vinna sin första match för att få spela i samma serie som The Rams. Utan matchtröjor och avbytare, och med bara ett dygn till matchstart, krävs ett mirakel för att lyckas.

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Home court advantage

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Del 3 av 26. The Rams gör allt de kan för att förstöra för Hollys lag. De har bland annat lagt beslag på alla träningstider i gympasalen, utom den klockan halv sju - på morgonen.

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Taking the charge

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Del 4 av 26. För Holly att är det självklart att det är hon som är lagkapten för The Outlaws. När de övriga istället väljer Nick som lagkapten vill hon ställa in festen som hon har planerat för sina lagkamrater. Är de andra i laget ens hennes vänner?

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Buzzer beater

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Del 5 av 26. Det är dags för säsongens första match och The Outlaws är fulla av förväntan. Men matchdagens morgon börjar inte som någon har tänkt sig när både Franco och Johnno blir tvungna att ta hand om akuta problem. Ska Holly hinna få ihop laget till matchen?

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Three man weave

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Del 6 av 26. När klassen delas in i lag för att tävla mot varandra, blandas medlemmar från The Outlaws och The Rams. Nu måste de tävla med sina fiender - och mot sina kompisar!

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Crunch time

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Del 7 av 26. Det är dags för The Outlaws att möta stadens stolthet, ärkefienderna The Rams. När de förbereder sig för den viktiga matchen visar Jacinta en sida inget har sett förut. Hon kan varken passa eller dribbla, men är fenomenal på trepoängare!

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Jungle ball

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Del 8 av 26. Ivrig som han är att tjäna snabba pengar, anordnar Johnno en turnering i det förbjudna jungle ball - basket i tvåmannalag där det mesta är tillåtet - och riggar spelschemat så att han och Ralph ska vinna prispengarna.

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Crossing the line

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Del 9 av 26. Nick verkar vara arg på allt och alla så Holly går på The Rams årliga filmkväll utan honom. I salongen förvånas hon av hur trevlig Joel är när han inte har resten av The Rams med sig.

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The away game

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Del 10 av 26. The Outlaws ska spela bortamatch mot The Wombats - utan Nick, som har slutat i laget. Holly förlitar sig på att Max har en plan för hur de ska kunna vinna, men han verkar helt ofokuserad.

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Showtime

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Del 11 av 26. Johnno tvingas delta i skolans balettuppvisning. Nick försöker få med några av sina bilder i en konsttävling, men Peterson gör allt för att hindra det.

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Fouled out

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Del 12 av 26. The Outlaws ska spela sin sista match i grundspelet. Än finns det en matematisk chans för dem att gå vidare till finalspelet. Men efter att Holly haft sönder en fönsterruta får hon kvarsittning och kan inte vara med i den viktiga matchen.

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Taking it to the Max

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Del 13 av 26. Den stora finalen mellan Outlaws och Rams närmar sig och spänningen stiger. Ralphs självförtroende är i botten och på matchdagen drabbas Max av en hjärtattack. Trots allt samlar sig Outlaws för att ge allt på planen.

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Fish and Championships

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Del 14 av 26. The Outlaws har fått en inbjudan att delta i Stillahavsmästerskapen, men för att kunna åka måste de få ihop 250 dollar per person. Samtidigt väntar Rams-spelarna ivrigt på att få ta över platserna för dem som inte har råd att åka.

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Coast to coast

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Del 15 av 26. The Outlaws åker till Nya Zeeland för att spela mot Hollys gamla lag. Hela laget ger sig ut på sightseeing i Wellington. Holly är jätteglad att träffa sina kompisar igen. Så bra att man kan undra vems sida hon egentligen står på.

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Mer grundskola 7-9 & engelska

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UR Skola
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TittaKortfilmsklubben - engelska

Almost

Australiensisk kortfilm. Emily och Tom träffas på en middag. De tillbringar natten ihop och planerar för en träff nästa helg. Men efter att Tom kört Emily till flygplatsen är han som uppslukad av jorden.

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UR Skola
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LyssnaRadio Popreel

Princess Pea, Mark Waid and Dada Masilo

Vad är den sanna självbilden? Hur ska vi vara för att vara perfekta, och vem är det som bestämmer det? Vi möter den indiska konstnären Princess Pea, den amerikanske serietidningsförfattaren Mark Waid och den sydafrikanska koreografen Dada Masilo, som lekt med könsidentiteterna i den klassiska baletten Svansjön.

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